Johnson to Lead Alion Expansion in Canada

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Alion Science and Technology, an employee-owned technology solutions company, is increasing its Canadian business presence and expanding its Navy-focused design and engineering capabilities through its wholly owned subsidiary Alion Canada. With an office and pre-established relationships in Ottawa, Ontario, Alion’s growing focus centers around delivering naval architecture and marine engineering support to the Canadian Navy, Canadian Coast Guard, shipyards and integrators.

Cdr. Brett J. Johnson (Canadian Navy, Ret.), Alion Business Development Manager in the Engineering & Integration Solutions Sector, will drive Alion’s Canadian expansion. Johnson recently joined Alion after more than six years at Thales Naval, where he directed marketing and sales in Canada as well as managed business development for Canadian Naval programs. He served for 28 years in the Canadian Navy, where he worked as a Commanding Officer and Executive Officer at sea and was responsible for requirements at Naval Headquarters in Ottawa; in above water and under water and command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.

(www.alionscience.com)

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